Date Time Original : 2011-07-09 04:55:45
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Published: Friday 8th of July 2011 10:46:01 PM
Thank You Bobby for Commenting !
And your kind words - like I wrote -(at the same time)- above to Mike - the learning and experimenting continues in order to be able to deliver constant results around macro area.. br Hannu
Dear Hannu, This is a nice capture!...The colour tones are very well and they are really eye-catyching!Good presentation,also!Best regards(Bobby).
Thank You Mike !
For constructive and positive commenting - always grateful of such.
The idea was to capture as much as possible of the many tones of colour of the interior - while trying to find suitable light, camera lens position... The light source is a combination of reflected "golden" sunset light and bounced TTL flash covered partly by my hand - and up to the wooden roof :). This turn out to give one "acceptable" result- but the experiment is still going on:).. This kind of pearly surfaces are tricky and challenging to "document" - and the result is always a compromise. Underexpose is one trick that will be interesting to try- as that brings sometimes unexpected colour tones from lenses you think you "know".. br Hannu
I like this capture very much.
I have seen colors like this when I hold an oyster shell up to a lamp and turn it slowly. The various angles at which the light impacts the surface cause a wide variety of colors to appear.
It is the iridescence that is so appealing.
My suggestion this that under exposure just a bit more to avoid the highlights on the right side of the image. Perhaps adjusting the light or position of the camera lens would also help.
Best Regards, Mike
OYSTER INTERIOR Oyster colorations. C&C&R the way you feel best.